Thursday, September 21, 2017

Live Review: Brooke Bentham – Surf Café, Tynemouth

On completing her degree of Popular Music at London’s Goldsmiths University, Brooke Bentham returned to her North East roots for her debut EP launch...

Review: Night Beds – Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Since recently releasing his debut album, Country Sleep, Winston Yellen, aka Night Beds, has been reaping the rewards of his highly-praised record. Though this was his...

Review: End Of The Road Festival

This year saw the sixth incarnation of EOTR, and my fourth year in succession. This festival offers a nicely relaxed vibe at the tail end...

Album Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – Dark Bird Is...

Kristian Matsson, the Swedish singer-songwriter who plays under the moniker The Tallest Man On Earth, stands comfortably at average height. If you are well...

Review: Bushstock

It had come to that time of year again where hundreds of music lovers braced the streets of Shepherd's Bush to experience Bushstock. A...

Live Review: J. Roddy Walston & The Business – Music Hall...

As a preview for the release of their upcoming, fourth full-length album Destroyers Of The Soft Life, the Richmond, Virginia southern rock four-piece J....

Review: Green Man Festival 2015

In a time when festival fever is at its height, with event organisers trying to cash in with more and more popping up each year,...

Review: Slow Club – The Ruby Lounge, Manchester

When the Sheffield duo of Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson first got together as Slow Club, it was at the time of Arctic Monkeys...

Album Review: Marika Hackman – We Slept At Last

We can start by getting all the cliches out of the way. Things that this album truly is, but has already been said. It's...

Review: The Tallest Man On Earth – There’s No Leaving Now

  Since the release of his debut album Shallow Grave under the guise of the Tallest Man on Earth, Kristian Matsson has been dubbed the...